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BusinesaNdtici TO LIVERY STABL CONTRACTORS, AND OTHER 0 HORSES, OATTL I Beg fco call attention tc VETERINARY MED All of which are well»knowi use them to be moat Valt fciona. ABSORBENT BLISTEI rior to the impi Being always fr< never fails to bl . and never blemish COLIC DRINK FOR , . Relief is given by in ten minutes, an is rarely necessary this in the house life of a valuable a PHYSIC BALLS.—Kei four different size * dients in these roughly dissolved jacketed bath ; I ' ■ quicker than thosi crude materials ; and will keep goo< CONDITION POWDE] of two kinds : ( into sound hard tion, and acting o skin, and coat, ai putting on beef f( WORM POWDERS. - and expel the vi worms which infe DRIFFIELD WHITE sore shoulders, h: Will quickly heal matter how seven CLEANING DRINK.calving. Special medicines prepai any part of the district on particulars of the case, an as to general treatment of sheep, and dogs. I have a quantity of vet< instruments such as can be accustomed to farm work lend out to my customers one of them. Having acted for some t to Francis Cupiss, M.R.C." of the well-known Cupiss Balls), Norfolk, England, is Practical as well as Thei J. M. Caml OHE M I Ashburton rpHE KING IS First Order of Merit anc International Exh G. KING begs to inf< of Ashburton that he Messrs AND RE WES B. AGENTS for this distrl Gentlemen can have , thei to look new, at a reasoi leaving them with Andrew will be returned in a v Curtains, Table Covers, I Silks, Ribbons, Velvet Feathers Dyed or Cleane Cleaned. G. KIN 98 Madras Street, Ci E W G . Apricot marmalade, Crossi in glass camp kettles, from Soho square Indian packets, in lead, tea, wonderfully strong. Dbnedin oatmeal, Somei supply, in splendid cone bag Elegant Japanese canist 61b of very fine Souchoi English pickles, 8d per bo Raspberry vinegar, Englis Mushroom catsup, large b Beduced I Mild-cured hams, per 7|d Wheat for fowls, per 3s 9* Silk-dressed flour, 501 b, C 4d Good rice for chickens, 711 New Jams, 6£d per tin Dunedin biscuits, fresh, 3 Hops, best quality, 2s per Kerosene, 8s 6d, 9s Gd, i tin at fhomas T* Patent dressed kitchen fn dried by machinery— Currants, 6d and 6|d per ! Raisins, 6d and 8d Sultanas, 7d

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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